Legal Advice for Filing for Divorce — 1,622 results
Written by attorney Jane B. Freidson, about 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Make Sure You and Your Partner Are in Full Agreement about Everything, Including Grounds for Divorce Both you and your partner will have to sign the divorce papers, so if you have no... more
Written by attorney Adam J Brittle, about 2 years ago. STAFF PICK
Divorce and family law issues touch on the things most important to us - our families. Family law issues can be emotional, confusing, and frustrating. Clients need to choose an attorney... more
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Ideally, both parties in a divorce are satisfied with the terms of their final divorce decree. Unfortunately, this is not always the case, especially in a contentious divorce. When one... more
Written by attorney Kenneth M Keith, about 2 years ago. STAFF PICK
Preparation is the key to get ready for everything in life, and so it is also with divorce. So many times one of the first things we hear from potential clients is "I have no idea where to... more
Written by attorney Annaluisa Padilla, about 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Determine if You Qualify to File Joint Summary Dissolution You and your spouse would qualify if you:
(1) have been married less than 5 years on the date you file your Joint Petition for... more
Written by attorney Kristi Wells, over 1 year ago. STAFF PICK
People who are newly divorced or legally separated need to be aware of the possible changes in tax law that may take place with respect to their tax filings in the coming year. Here are... more
Written by attorney Lisa Ruggieri, 12 months ago.
Many people envy the lives of the wealthy. The seemingly non-stop stream of cash and the glamorous lifestyle is something to which many people aspire. However, the wealthy have just as many... more
Written by attorney Heather Cullen, 11 months ago.
California divorce process as it relates to Military Service Members and their spouses. Overview Military divorce is a special area of the law because there are laws that apply only to... more
Written by attorney Kelly Wenell, 12 months ago.
It depends. Matrimonial law is determined by each state, rather than the federal government. In Missouri, a state court may recognize a foreign country divorce decree under the... more
Written by attorney Diane L Gruber, over 1 year ago.
Step #1: Meet with an experienced divorce attorney,to be educated about the process and what to expect from the court.
Step #2: Either have an attorney prepare file the divorce petition... more